The consequences of cyberbullying: you can’t tweet what you like

Here’s how your Twitter fingers could land you on the wrong side of the law

25 September 2023 - 18:25

Cyberbullying has become increasingly common with the surge of new social media platforms, but it comes with consequences — that was the consistent message from Basetsana Kumalo’s husband, family and friends at the Randburg magistrate’s court. ..

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